JVP Antenas was born in 1982 by José Vasallo Paleologo LU1FJ, former LU5FHM with the idea of manufacturing high performance antennas for amateur radio.
The factory is installed in the city of Rosario, Argentina, and through a network of distributors, they are sold in all bordering countries and in some of Europe, most of them for use in the Amateur Radio area, as well as their Antennas in the Armed Forces and Government Areas, with the objective being a constant improvement of the product and customer satisfaction with cutting-edge technology.
Unfortunately, on April 24, 2019, Mr. José “Pepe Caño” Vasallo Paleologo dies and takes the José Luis Murano LU1FM post, who moves the factory to the city of Santa Fe, where he will continue to serve the large amateur community in the region with new antennas, spare parts and maintenance of those already installed.
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